Morocco, Qatar Set to Step up Cooperation in Energy Sectors
Rabat – Morocco and Qatar have expressed their determination to strengthen bilateral cooperation in all energy sectors, said a statement from the ministry of Energy, Mining and Environment.
The same source points out that the minister of Energy, Mining and Environment, Aziz Rabbah, and his Qatari counterpart, Saad bin Sharida Al-Kaabi, held talks on Tuesday by videoconference, which focused on issues relating to the Joint Technical Committee established by the Memorandum of Understanding on Oil, Gas, Electricity, Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency.
The two ministers commended the existing partnership between the two countries, thanks to the far-sighted vision and the enlightened leadership of the two Heads of State, expressing their will to further enhance cooperation and turn bilateral relations into an efficient strategic partnership.
They also voiced their determination to seize the cooperation opportunities existing in the areas of common interest and transform them into concrete projects, the statement said.
At the end of their talks, the two ministers appointed the liaison officers within their respective departments, in order to activate the agreed cooperation actions and prepare for the holding of the first meeting of the above-mentioned committee.